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Building a More inclusive Community

InclusiveIn an effort to recognize and celebrate diversity in the City of Riverside, the Mayor's Multicultural Forum adopted the "Building a More Inclusive Riverside Community" statement in June of 2001.

Based on the belief that Riversiders should collectively “assume the responsibility of facing the challenges and embracing the opportunities created by diversity”, the statement consists of individual, group, and institutional commitments that can be made to ensure the inclusion.

To date, various community organizations and institutions have stated their dedication to an inclusive Riverside community by endorsing the statement and participated in a workshop consisting of discussion and training in embracing diversity.

We are currently in the process of implementing measures to reward organizations that exemplify inclusion. We enthusiastically welcome you to read the statement and make a firm commitment to “Building a More Inclusive Riverside Community.” The statement is also on display on the 7th floor of City Hall for your viewing.

Riverside's Commitment
The City of Riverside endorses and fully supports the "Building a More Inclusive Riverside Community" statement and is committed to the goal of building a more inclusive community.
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